Originally, he was going, on what a jet-sharing service that will get no more free publicity here called via mass emails sent Friday afternoon a “once in a lifetime opportunity to spend time with a living Patriots legend,” with four seats in the cabin of a private jet.
The jet-sharing service that will get no more free publicity here tweeted that Gronkowski canceled the trip. It’s the second smartest thing Gronkowski has done during his three years in the NFL, behind his sell-high-in-hindsight decision to sign a long-term deal after only two NFL seasons.
With Gronk’s forearm surgery today and his back surgery set for the near future, he needs to take things easy for now. He actually made a smart decision.